Following the only debate in the key Pennsylvania Senate race, CNN’s panel of analysts breaks down Democratic candidate John Fetterman’s performance, after a stroke in May left him with lasting complications.
Sixteen-year-old Ethan Crumbley pleaded guilty to the Oxford High School shooting. The tragedy killed four students and injured seven others. Spectators in the courtroom, packed with grieving family members, were left stunned as he entered his guilty plea. The accused school shooter also testified that he gave his father money to buy the handgun he used in the massacre. His parents are facing manslaughter charges.
Security cameras are everywhere these days. That means there’s a good chance when a crime happens, it’s on camera. Three people wearing hoodies and face masks broke into a house in Toms River, New Jersey. They meticulously went through every cabinet and drawer looking for the homeowner’s key fob of the BMW sitting in the driveway. The burglars were able to steal the vehicle valued at over $100,000. Another video captured a well-dressed man with a machete ringing the doorbell of a Florida home.
A man wielding a sword was arrested for slashing a woman, the Los Angeles Police Department says. The LAPD says they received calls about a person armed with a sword around 11:20 p.m. on Oct. 18. As some officers were apprehending the suspect, another team of officers tended to a alleged victim. Police say the 23-year-old man with the sword was taken into custody. He was booked for attempted murder and is being held on $100,000 bond.
The Mississippi daycare workers who scared kids using a “Scream” mask are facing charges. In the video, kids are seen shrieking and crying in utter terror as a masked worker chases them around. Jessie Reeves says her 3-year-old is still traumatized and draws pictures of the monster. Four of the daycare workers were criminally charged with felony child abuse and a fifth worker was charged with assault. The daycare was shut down and all five workers were fired.
Texas Governor Greg Abbott held a roundtable discussion in Beaumont Monday, October 17 to kick off his ‘One Pill Kills’ fentanyl awareness campaign.
Sixty-five people in Jefferson County suffered from an overdose in 2021, Beaumont Police Chief Jimmy Singletary said during the roundtable. Twenty-five of those were in connection to fentanyl.